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TUMUT HYDRO-ELECTRIC SCHEME. CABINET'S DEFINITE REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

TUMUT HYDRO-ELECTRIC SCHEME. CABINET'S DEFINITE REPLYj. . Mr. .Hugh JIain, . M.L.A., is in re ceipt o ftlie following communication from tho '.Secretary, Dept. of Local Government, .Sydney, under date ; Oc tober 14 : — 'Your, representations on behalf of. the Tumut Municipal Coun cil, asking that .tlie^areas of Tumut Municipality . and . Gadara . Shire .be procianned a 1 County District for Oio purpose of : inaugurating ;fi hydro-' electric sehein().'-withi^-:;.thG . vdist'rict. ( Depa rtment!s ^letter . . of . ;28/7/.'25 ) . Dear Sir, — With i further. (reference7 to the above matter ;I ./? lin vc ; to i inform you that this vina t-ter - lias .been under, consideration by Cabinet.- i It Avas de cided after careful .'consideration; that the request ; made ifor-'the proclama tion of a County 'District iforvtlie- pur- pose of inaugurating.^! hydro-electric (Jclieine within the Tumut (listrict^was I I not such as. could be granted. . It is regrettable, therefore, that the nppH cation ^...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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OLD-TIME DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

OLD-TIME DANCE. ' There .was a (fine (attendance .at -.the: 'Old Time' dance in the. Parish Hall on -Wednesday night of last : .week,:. ; organised .-.on! -behalf - of . some stall- - holders- at. the . forthcoming iChurcli of , England vBazaar. ? '.The '.various ^com petitions, were well . patronised/ and the -financial result will be extremely satisfactory. 'The hall was decorated with - greenery,: the. -doors were in charge-of Mr. Sherring and :Mr. Whit-.i ing, whilst :Mi\: Jack .Young - was M.Q. At the .i supper-table some. old-tin\e food was -placed before the hungry ones, in the shape of bush tarts and Johnnycake. Mrs. Reilly ^nd :;partr: ner secured the ;prize for.. ;tho -best couple in ? ?costume,': and when the prize' was -presented .much „laughter was. caused, as ; the, .trophy; -was. a pair of- -ducks with their-,. '.heads . sticking out .of '-bags* Mr. , J. ,1. -Prows? and Mrs . :'Piircell. , carried - off itheij honors ' for '-the' waltzing .competition; .whilst Mr. Jac...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

METHODIST. ' 'l Batlow.— 11 'a.wi; . . . '..Tuuint. — 3 p. in.. Adelong. . — 7.15 p.m. . REV1 ? MORICE J. BLOIC. ?' . : ??? 'V 'A. & T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' FRIDAY, OCTOBKIl 1G, 1925. True to our principles.

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Newspaper Law [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Newspaper Law Subscribers and advertisers who do not give express notice to the con trary are considered as wishing to continue their advertisements or sub scriptions. If subscribers order discontinuance of their publication, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrears are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office to which they are directed, they will be held responsible until they have settled their accounts. If subscribers move to another place, without informing publishers, and papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are respon sible. The courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from any post office, or removing, or leaving them uncalled for,' is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. If persons pay in advance for. a newspaper or a quarterly advertise ment they are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of the timo - that they do not wish to continue it- . . otherwise the publisher is autho...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Rural Workers. HUT ACCOMMODATION PROPOSED NEW LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

, Rural Workers. HUT A C'CO iMMOD ATI ON. ? PROPOSED NEW LAW. -? Iir .tbe 'r Legislative Asser/ibl^ oh Tuesday Mr. Badfleli'^ introduced the Shearers'', i'jTut1 Accommodation Am o'ndment ^Btll'.' The objett is1 to pro vide forllio aifpoiiitinofit of additional inspectors to .''improve- shearers': , «c commoilatfon.: and ?? to relieve -.the po lice of most of the duties they .ate per forming. , - ? Jlr. Bavin said that, pVovided - it could lie shown that thero-1vas neerf for this extra supervision, the Oppo sition would help' the Government to pass the Bill. - ''In the Bill -provision is made tl'irtt proper and sufficient accoftiinodufloi* must be provided for rural worker.*. No upper bunks Will be permitted, ?v. Not less than- SO cubic feet of air space shall be allowed' for ouch per son. S'eparale rooms must be- . provided' for colored workers, ? Cooking and .eating in the sturrc room is prohibited. Wthore 20 or more are ' employed the ('niployers' .shall provide a , hut- keeper. B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

^ 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O— 0—0 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O— 0-^0— o—o o \ THE PEOPLE'S PICTURES. I I (O'BRIEN'S HALL) I f \q f^iture J {^SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17^: ^MATINEE 2.30 p.m. ? NIGHT SESSION AT 8 p.m-o | STAR NO J.— ^ ® 'IIISK HUSBAND'S SECRET' 'HER HUSBAND'S SECRET' © ® 'HER HUSBAND'S SECRET' 'HER HUSBAND'S SECRET' | 0 featuring Antonio Mareno, I'ntsy Miller and Ilutli (.'lill'ord. May Ed-® ^ginton's latest story. 'Judgment,' 1ms been pieturised by Frank Lloyd, the-, | man who produced 'Tlio Sea Ilawke.' . . I © Another drama that, ?touches the soul. No wife can afford to miss it.® La new marriage keynote. Do ' -not miss- it ! ' © | STAR NO 2.— 1 ' P 'SOFT MUSCLES.' 'SOFT MUSCLES.' ? | & 'SOFT MUSCLES.'' .? ? VSOFT MUSCLES.' © | This is another of Benuie Leanord-in 'Flyinf Fists.' A big light -in^ Teach round. . ' | &N0. 3. — © 1 'LOST AND FOUND.' v 'LOST AND ' FOUND.' I ; ? 'LOST AND FOUND.' 'LOST AND FOUND.' | : O A Screaming Comedy. © © Also GAZETTE and SCENIC. ] ' *7 ? C...

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Tumut Post Office MAIL SERVICES TIME-TABLE INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Tumut Post Office MAIL SERVICES TIME-TABLE. INWARDS. - ' ? Mails arrive at the Tumut Podt ? Office as follows : — . ? . From Sydney, Cootamundra, etc. — ??- ., , Monday, Wednesday and Friday at ?- -? 10.30 a.m. ; Tuesday, Thursday and.. Saturday at 11.45 a.m. From Brungle, Gocup, Argalong and . Lacmalac. — Tuesday and Friday at ? 11.30 a.m. From West Blowering and Yellcr win. — Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 11.30 a.m. From Adelong and Gilmore. — 3.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted). From Batlow. — Tuesday,- Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. ; Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3.45 p.m; From Talbing.o, Ravine, . Yarrangff-- , billy and Caves. — Monday and TliUra* day at 11.30' a.m. ,-t From Tomorroma and AdjunWlly. — ? Wednesday and Saturday at 11- a.idi - OUTWARDS. 'V ' Mails close at the Tumut Post O filed ; . ,. for despatch as follows : — For Sydney, Cootamundra, Gunda- . gai, etc.— Ordinary letters, Monday/ : Wednesday and Friday at 12.30. p.m.,- : registered mail at 11.30 a.m.; ord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

ROYAL HAIRDRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON next DEERY'S ROYAL HOTEL, ' TUMUT. TEB L QUIRK PROPRIETOR ANNOUNCES to the Public of Tu.nut and District generally that he has purchased an ELECTRIC MASSAG ING PLANT. Our MR. LANCE SNOW, late of Goulburn, who has had several years' experience in the trade, possesses high credentials in all branches of Massaging, Electric Face Massages and Electric Hair Shampoo, with Hot and Cold Air-blower a specialty. Also the famous Barliny, L. & Co., G.B.D., Civic, Senate and other lines of Pipes. Also Ladies' Hairdressing, in all the Latest Fashionable Cuts. Only Thoroughly competent trades men employed. Charges Moderate. ' ALU SMOKERS' REQUISITES STOCKED. Including all the best brands of Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. 'Tobacco Pouches, Cigarette Cases Aid Holders, etc. Also all Hairdressing Accessories. to stani^^e^season AT MT. ADRAH, 11 Miles from Adelong, 40 Miles from Wagga, At E. J. O'Dwyer's Property, FARR PARR (22), imported, brown horse, b...

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BEANS A YARD LONG [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

BEANS A YARD LONG Owing to their great length, they are callcd Snake or Yard-long. They climb anywhere and do well in a warm situation; delicately flavored like Asparagus. - Usually we have to charge postage on ail beans, but if you mention that you read it in this paper you can have both a packet of: the above and a packet of the Dwarf Startler as mentioned below, for 1/- the lot, post free. The Startler as you know, is the best dwarf Butter Bean grown, per fectly stringless, with pods six inches long. (Anyone desiring a climber in stead of the Startler can ask for The Epicure.) P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD., 734 George.street, Sydney.

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Young Australia in the Country [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Young Australia in the Country (By 'Verb. Sap.') One of the idiosyncrasies of adult human beings is the forgetfulness of its own youth. Whereas only the mind should grow old and the body younger, the reverse happens in too many cases. 'Must give my chil dren a good education,' we say, and some of us strive to do that, but even so, we lose the right perspective of almost all other conditions surroun ding our youngsters. Each of us thinks our task is done when we pay up with a growl, but wait. . . . it Is not done. As par ents, we should give consideration to the fact that times are changing, in some ways for the better, and, in many, to the detriment, of young life. Of what use can it be for those of us who are fortunately able to send our children into 'special' schools if the great majority are compelled to receive only a second, third, or fourth-rate schooling? In fluence does its work, surely and cruelly, always. Of what use is it for those of us who' strive to keep good home inf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

TUMUT PLUMBING & GASFITTING WORKS G.H. LIVINGSTONE CERTIFICATED PLUMBER T GALVANI8ED IRON TANK8, TUB8 and TROUGHS. ^IrBt-clana Workmanship and Prompt Execution of Orders can be relied upon at all times. Estimates given for any class of laria or small job. GALVANISED IRON TANKS ? at greatly reduced prlcea ALL ELECTRICAL FITTING8 and 8UPPLIES STOCKED. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS. Agent For : ALFALAVAL SEPARATORS and MILKING MACHINES. . ' ALSTON WINDMILLS. METERS FITTED £1. ; . RU88ELL-8TREET, TUMUT. ?PHONE NO. 50. . 'The Garden of Roses' TUMUT.STREET, ADELONG. ?The Adelong' Refreshment Booms (LATE LEN. BELL'S) FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY. AERATED DRINKS. ' SPECIAL AFTERNOON, TEAS. — MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ' Home-made Pies Fresh Every Day. Hot Pies Served At All Times. Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Sydney Butcher's Smallgoods. 8ydney Cakes Supplies Twice Weekly Wm. Apostols, PROPRIETOR. 'Phone G2. ? FRED WOW'S - FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERS SHOP. (Late C. Strangman's) WYNYARD.STREET, TUMUT...

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BATLOW [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

BATLOW Several heavy frosts were experien ced last week still, thus tending to keep back the early growth o£ veg etation. Tlie fruit trees are just j coining out in full bloom, most of tho plums anil peaches being full mit, while apples and pears are slightly later. COOL STORE. Work has begun on tho extension of the Cool Store, several men being employed -ploughing and scooping the ground level for the new building. The contract for the work was signed last week, Mr. H. S. Davey, of Coota mundVat ' ; being the successful tend erer of the; four received. His price is £3320 for the extra three cham bers, and £120 for alterations to the duct in the existing rooms. At .pre sent' this is of the 'wall'' type, ;butas the overhead .* type ; -will allow of an_ cxtia .140: cases being .placed . in the* chamber,- the overhead duct is to be installed - instead of, .tlie wallvduct .in, the five existing .rooms/ and ;will also: be placed , in . the /new .'-.chambers.. When completed, .the .total ...

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FACTS ABOUT FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

FACTS ABOUT FOOD. It is not long ago since we thought that we knew all there was to be known about food. Scientists told us that if we ate daily certain definite proportions of what they termed, in a knowing way, proteids, carbohydrates, fats, and salts, we should live well and hap pily ever afterwards. The first, of these imnosinc: loolcinc and sounding words simply means foods containing nitrogen, such as moat, fish, eggs, peas, beans, etc.; tho second includes edibles composed of starch, or sugar. Fats and salts speak for themselves. But it has recently been discovered that there is a great deal more in the constituents of these various classes of food than meets the eye or tickles the palate. It is now quite obvious that complete nutrition does not depend only .on such food ele ments as I have just mentioned. A diet containing sufficient quantities of all the abovementioned nutritive substances is now found to be de ficient if it is lacking in certain hitherto unknown and rather...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

HAM or TOMATO SANDWICHES cut at shortest notice. Also COOKED HAM on sale.— O'SULLIVAN'S, Rus. sell-st., Tumut, 'Phone 118. * » ? » NICK HAWKEN'S Refreshment Rooms is where a hearty meal Is supplied and can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day dinners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-street, Tumut. STANDARD if HOSPITAL BH1NBY PUREST » BEST ? MEDICINAL - )

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

3— O— O— O—O— O—O— O—O— o—o 0—0—0^-0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0 USTEM-BB3 m THE FOLL&WSMB MEALS: Ilurper's Rolled Oats, 51b. IJags 2/. ' ' v llaipcr's Flaked Outs, Oil). Bags 1/11. Harper's Oatmeal, 01b. B.-igi 1/10. ' Ur.cle Toby's Oats, Oil). ,i:ngs 2/9. Breakfast D'Ligbt, 21b Paokets lOd. Breakfast D'Light, 41b Pnckf-ts 1/8. ' 1 COCOA: ( , 'Royalty,' i's TJd'j'^'s 1/3; l's 2/3. , ?- ; 'Bourneville,' Vs 10d ; iVl/V8; l's 3/3. Loose Cocoa, 1/0 lb., qual*r ' guaranteed. COFFEE: / ; ''v Fresh ground on. tlio irecm jes,, 2/0. per In , . ''Oriental,' 2/'j per lb.' 1 'Pasha,' 2/0 per , lb. . TEA: ' ' ' 'A.BXS.': 2/6 lb. 'Billy,' 2/3 lb. , 'Sovereign,' 2/0 lb. ' ^ ILoose Tea, 1/0. lb. 'Kiukara,' 2/G lb. Green Tea, Od packet. 'Bushell's,' 2/0: lb. - - RABBIT TRAPS : 'Lane's Patent,' 1914 pattern, 2S/6 do i. Cash with Vr. -r Cups and Saucers, white inc) gold, 8d each. Odd Cups, 5d each. »W FUNERAL SERVICE ? Fuller & Burt, Motor Funeral Directors. Have just installed an up-to-date Motor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

? ? »i Your Spring Suit WILL SET OFF THH MAN IF ; «jL Mm « Fashionable Tailor, -» RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s beot Stylis and '. Properly Fitting Suits. ' Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. We Are let Wo® tamers ' nor wool-buyers. We are selling brokers, and, like the true ' cobbler, 'We stick to our last.' Our energies are entirely di rected to the provision of a thoroughly successful means by which growers can market their clips. In that business we have specialised, giving sheepmen a service characterised by the most complete and prompt attention. That - service, coupled with our proved capacity in making sales, offers | sheepmen the fullest assurance that their wool will receive the : | utmost care in our hands. Win clicombe, Carson, Ltd., Selling 1 Brokers, Winchcombe House, Sydney. C...

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Live Stock THE PROBLEM OF TUBERCULOSIS. SOME CONTROL MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Live Stock THE PROBLEM OF TUBERCULO SIS. SOME CONTROL MEASURES. . It is safe to say, remarks a writer in the 'Scottish Journal of Agricul ture,' that were bovine tuberculosis d disease of more spectacular symp toms, and were its onset more rapid and its losses more quickly evident, measures against it would long ago have been more drastic, and better progress would have been made to ward eradication. As an economic problem for agri culture, bovine tuberculosis is a ser ious matter. The loss in actualf deaths may not be very noticeable,; but affected animals fall away in condition and require more food to keep them going and to fatten them. The amount of milk they give is les sened. Their calves which are born free of the disease (except less than 1 per cent, born tuberculous) do not long remain unaffected, and do not thrive as they would if they re mained healthy. The carcase of in fected animals may be partly or wholly unfit to be passed for human consumption. The disease in cattle...

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TOBACCO SMOKING ORIGINALLY A RELIGIOUS RITE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

TOBACCO SMOKING ORIGINALLY A RELIGIOUS RITE. There is no clear evidence to show that the Romans ever practised smoking. Some of their writers would have told us if they had. Smoking was a habit acquired by European nations from the Indians of America. In 1492 Columbus found them using tobacco, not as is now done, but as an incense burned in honor of their deity. Tobacco smoking began as a relig ious rite. Tobacco was used by the Indians much as Oriental nations make use of myrrh or frankincense in their religious observances. Voy agers to America after Columbus re vealed different customs in the to bacco habit. It was discovered that in certain parts of the continent the natives inhaled the incense until they became exhilarated or even in toxicated by the fumes. This, of course, meant for them that they de rived inspiration from the good pleas ure of their deity. The honor paid to the deity came back upon them in exhilarating profusion. From this the step was not far to ascertain th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

The World-famous BOOMERANG MOUTHORGANS from 1/6 to 18/6; also ACCORDEONS, 45/ — At O'SUL LIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut.

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Skyscrapers and 'Quakes [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Skyscrapers and 'Quakes i The recent earthquake which visi ted New York and the surrounding district is a sharp reminder of the existence of the geological, fault on which that city has been built, and gives rise to no ! little speculation on the safetv and wisdom of construct ing skyscrapers of continually in creasing height. It is reported that the high buildings swayed to an alar ming extent, and the visitation will undoubtedly give the engineers and architects responsible for the propo sal to erect a super-skyscraper of eightyreight storeys food for serious thought. Such a structure, rising thirty three storeys above the mammoth Woolworth Building, would, assum ing each floor to have a similar height' to that in the Woolworth ? tower, to be -roughly 1250 feet high, nearly a quarter of a mile. It would be 460 feet- feet higher, than the Wool worth Building, 250 feet higher than the Eiffel Tower, and would completely dwarf St. Paul's - Cathe dral. : Exhaustive tests would have to ...

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